Title: Gainesville daily sun
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028298/01791
 Material Information
Title: Gainesville daily sun
Uniform Title: Gainesville daily sun (Gainesville, Fla. 1903)
Alternate Title: Daily sun
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: Gainesville daily sun
Publisher: H.H. McCreary
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Gainesville Fla
Publication Date: March 25, 1892
Frequency: daily (except saturday)[-1938]
daily (except monday)[ former <1903>-]
normalized irregular
Subject: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Archived issues are available in digital format as part of the Library of Congress Chronicling America online collection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -58th year (July 24, 1938).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 20, no. 48 (Apr. 5, 1903).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00028298
Volume ID: VID01791
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 32994415
alephbibnum - 002027051
lccn - sn 95026977
lccn - sn 95026977
 Related Items
Other version: Gainesville sun (Gainesville, Fla. : 1903)
Preceded by: Daily sun (Gainesville, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Alachua County news (Gainesville, Fla. : 1934)
Succeeded by: Gainesville daily sun and the Alachua County news

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WVASim To,. D. 0, Marde 24.-The
silver- debate in the hoise rotresenta-
Uvr-yesterday -showe anm intensity of
-publieinterest in tiat.- great question
which now faces congress for solution
- and threaten to become the political is-
^ j ii usdential campaign of this
SaIL The speeehes were all of a posi-
te character. They were the ar-gu-
-ments of me- whio have stern convic-
tions upon-the sides wbich they respect-
i:ely represent, and who are uneompro-
miing- in their deelaratioas of the poll
icy rhich should be pursued.
Graduay the conviction is foreing
itself upon the members that it is to be
no drawn battle but that the issue is
one whih cannot be avered andm that
- the day is near at hand when the house
o representatives must declare on a yea
and nay vote its position on the- great
qusidon-of free coinae f
r. Traley. announces -that the first
motion will be made by ^the opponents
of the bill at the conclusion of the --de-
bate aud before any dispqsition to fili-
buster is manifested. It will be in the.
:. form- f a resoIution recommitting the
bi to the coinage committee with in-
tru tions to report substitute bill pro-
-iding for an international monetary
congress for the adjustment of the en-
tire silver problem. If it is defeated,1
Then all the resourees of parliamentary].
ries *Il1 be invked to tire out- the
friends of the bill and to prevent a final
vote upon its passage. !
--The galleries were crowded when the
-peaker's gavel rapped: the hose to or-
:4r at noon yesterday and- there was no }
abatement from the great interest mani-
-ested atthe opening of the -house de-
bate. Thefihor and lobies of the house
t e- re~~crowded with ex- members and
: Ms. 'o asofa in the rear of he I
-- i wvs sea~l A. J. Warner. well
known as one of the fathe er of the free

ere seated nmay bankers anjd financial
ciert tfrma er the country. -The
W-estern Union wires on the outside
iere busy beaiilngasty mesaaes that
ahed to the country the progress of-
-thedlseussion and eenteye te thte great-
fineail centres. every indication that
appeared in the political atmaosphert1.
Ater-some auanimportat routinepro-
- seedings the.silver bill was taken .up.
- --sI este to give notice' saidl Chairman
Bland at the opening of the debate,
that e o'oek timorrw I shall --de-
t-and the previous question onthe silver
birll:a.id the pending amendmentfrs."
This means aerly-shtfat the general e-
te wll close at S oeloek tday, .and
that the final vote will then be taken -on
the bill and its a-nen-meits unless its
opponents inaugurate series oC.iibus-
tering tactics.

Bxiawic,. March 42.-G-o-Unt Caprivi
yesterday surrendered the porttolie of
_ tthepreimrcshi p of the German empire.
and Count Von Eulenberg was immedi-
atly selected by Emperor William as
h-is ttressor. ontt Eitenberg-hai con-
eided to accept. The resignation of


Caprivi has created rat excitement in I
a-dEurope, and itrS said tht he resigned
--beaause be would n arry out Em r-
or Willatm's -autocratic 'viewS. it is t
tbhouht that Germany will shortly-Y
ben to a wr. -
I S TC T -R-- : -t -s. .- -
.Nw OutswnL March 24.--Atthe pri-
Smary ctsed hwt ld in thig city day be-,
Srey erdly between the Deoemratik
fa .iosa McEnery's majority .in the
- '- : - -* - - _. -

. CHaaj .ARmLi. S. D. -Match 42--Tat,
State Republican convnueion aseBbled
^et yeatr'iav alfternoo- and- was caTled
to eoe;r by A. LZ Cigi* of Madifon, -

and into the street. Hundreds of peo-
ple, including the Legislators and the
State official, went fleeing before him.
After vetting out of the crowd three po-
licemen k-aceked him down and landed
him.in jail. Bryant was recently dis-
charged from the asylum as cured, but
will be returied.-promptly.
Lo-pox. March 24.--The Missouri,
with its great load of fool for starving
usia, was .sighted in the English
Channel yesterday. It is believed she
will be at her destination on the Baltic
sea by Saturday.
JACKso i m -LE March 24.-Will
Johnson is a popular dress .goods clerk
in the establishment of KohnFuarchgott
&. Co. He left his boarding place about
8 o'elock night before last and& boarded
a.street ear for Riverside. His destina-
tion was about two blocks away from.
thecar line. He got off the ear and
had gone about a block when a- masked
Iman appeared in his path and cried out
in hushed, determined tones: "Throw
up your hands !" Will didn't have any
conversation with the man at all to find|l
out what he meant by his rude question.
:Hetuned indignantly in his tracks and.
proceeded to hump himself with a very
emphatic speed. He got away, too, and
you mustn't forget it. -
That Tired Feeling
Is often the forerunner of serious fil-1
ness, which may be broken up if a good
tonic like Hood's Sarsaparilla is taken
*-in season. mThis medicine invigorates
the kidneys and liver 'to remove the
I waste from the system, purifies the
blood and builds up the strength. ,
Constipation is caused by loss of the
peristaltic action of the bowels. Hood's
Pills resore this action and invigorate
the liver.
The Suwannee River Excursion.
The- series of. excursions which are to.
take place from this city to Branford
and down the Suwannee River was in- I
:iugurated yesterday under favorable
circumstances. Mr; Ivey of the steamer I
Belle of Suwannee came down to escort
the excursionists to Branford and see
that every courtesy should be -extended i
them. Complete arrangements -have
been made-for the comfort and pleasure
of-theparty-at -all the points ta bqe
touched and a jolly good- time is coafit
dently predicted. The following is a
partial lin of those who composed the
I nartv ffoini from this city: Mrs. E.- C.

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The Tobacco Plant devotes over
column and a half to advertising
improvements of L-ke City.


Me-srs. C. C. Miller and Chas Vereen !
of Ocaia:have invented. a combination I
street sprinkler, irrigater and tree! I
Henrv Douglass.of Lake City -.had his

*hand so -badlvcuta mill
atis -i-t saturday that
was necessary. -

at. Ragatn
amputate oti

Prof. Skipworth of White Springs is
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The Purim ball-at Jacksonville netted
$500. -,
Hon. W. A. Hocker is expected short-]
ly to remove to Ocala.
Mrs. H. M. Flagler has given $1000 to
the St. Augustine hospital fund.
Work has bten agMin -begun o*i the
Carabelle & Tallahassee R.
The White Springs Chautauq-a opens
March 28th and cltses April 4th.
Lakeland is boasting on -the organaiTa-
tion of an I. 0.0. F.'s brand new lodge'
A cigar manufacturing company of
Key West will move their plt .-to
John Kuhn of Pine Castle, who was
recently bitten by a rattlesiiake, is near-
ly himself again. +I
- Miss Maude Coddington of Bartow
has returned from attendance on a Med,
|ical College of Chicago..
Last .week there was a prospect of irn
immense pear -crop in Leon couhnty-
How is it this week?
The case of Ellsworth vs. Halie, from
SAlaeihua county, has been dismissed by
the Supreme Court.- .
The cornerstone of- Fernandina's new
court house will be laid with appro-
I priate ceremonies on April 12rh.
Col. II. A. Pattison of the 0.,3 M.
Mitclhell Post-died- in St. Luke's Hospi-
tal, Jacksonville, T'uesday.:

Ntiee is hereb_ given that under and
y vire of he laws- OfFlorida in suea
mases made and provided, The under-
ignafoffivers of Gaia-esille Lodge No.
SIF X& -: M t9lth -wit]% otber
members f aid- :I:a- meet at
l h-.s- .e Man'. i --
count 6 c SC p Lo
at Aop.-te'i thie
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li& ad potefr chai
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o method and results when
^y Apf- ls is4aken; it is pleasant
flkr icniig to the taste, and acts
ellye prompl on i the Kidneys
Liver dB weis, cleanses 1the sys-
temn^fcfaELfdipels o4ds, head-
a d- f-evers and cures balitnat
<.8P t4arwL SfU.p of Figs is the
oni*ea d of its kid ever pro-,
kc'p5Ss& to -the taste and ac-
etp~b(t the stomachk', prompt i r
its ion and truly benec^l in its
^ pre^red only from the Iost
yalnd' agee sabsteaeee itsL
r~exfeeen taite cinomend it
to .piidhnavee .made it the inost
op~i~r remedy'known.
Aj4^i Figs is for ile in 50e
$dlbote* by all leading dfg-
A ntsy. A reliaSle figist wiho
nay not have it on hand 3wi1 pro-
Ir Isurl rMpf,'cEy for any one whV
wL'?n -to nry^ not accept anF

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Fine Millinery

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Notions, ,

AksoButteiike Pattfer$ w.

Latest Styles, Reasonable Prices.

Pound 3.s MLuu -uHaile, Miss Rosa a h! NOTICE. NEXT TO htVIDAL'S D M)UG TOIC -I....iL Y -L
-Taylor. Mr. ft. W.McMullen, MNIss E' -in the school and Chant'uqua grounds. ___________________________
;, The Fort Myers Press keeps a list of tered,Thatthere shall bemade and es- B EI 186.
-ftzgmoqns,--Mr and.Xr&. W. G e.R id The.......Myrs....-- -.tabun et-shed in Akachua -county- t Election Din- 8
r -G.-W. St..oner, M-riss Fmma Purdy. the tarpon cachers and weight-of each tiet numbertwenty-one I..which ectionaf ".M OF TU. a, r
t-of the ga_ my fish g a. w --r o District shall-com s. allta n ilk por W Ulafl t Hilo oIl
Mr W. D. Williams, Mrs. Wagner,- "ught th Alachua county contaiined In the bondAfriest, 1^(^ .CaLL P1 LABu OtI
Mr. D.Kobler, Dr. Mesick,-Miss Mi reel Bon. edon th west by the Sm nn~e .WAT 1, I- L
- -_ '.. ."i-- evr, on the s uUi by the section- linu di-
Mrs. o. -The ladies of Tampa are invited by vidigetion neteen(9) and thirty 130, -

-A Pleasant Lem-a-r.. 0of y -anagr co-pa M_ ent i.).. .. twenty-firei2.)ad twenty -I- _
-.r- B s:ns Con tp a n arnd_- Ma- B management of an Emergency- and. tve (z).of townshtp nine a(orang r-|. -------t--
Fr nio ness otiont, $i and -u Ir- i Hopt" a e teen (.thndby the seetion lnes divdin- .--g, -
S2 1- and twenty-nigw ,ndtedon- twen- -
la, take Lemon Elixir- Chty o sections nineteen |(2 and t wety-he twenry PEA X 1W A
H-eaaeh e, tke Lemon Ei-- ir. Atthe McTvrcire Memori church inoif n toent h-:li.ot hetownmhip I'- KA-.
.eattPasre, take Lemon Laixir. cond.ucted, -b- Dy. .e. o e eti'n.lrafeiln ?e -:t?. ,tioe tenty i-i-l. -A Lu QAX 6K gy
For ltIeeplessne-s, Xervousness and IJacksonvillte protracted ser-vice, a, r e : t o-o t es 1vitn,. s-ct~ o sn teny es t ., V. 9_ -
o "-" """- o e tWI-ntii wo -2,.i t-ee n d ~ tw nty-
-Hearttilure 6ke-Lemo Emhxr.. ln ond ucted by Dr. Leftwitch;of Ten. !-i ^ ^ -y -- "THERN -,O,Cr. a-.. S E : -T
ta.- ..,n .a nine )and la *.ou.. ..n n nd a nOgUTlERN PRrODUCE A S.PECIAI.TY.
-For- Fevers. hilts and e l taKe i nessee and a number of other ministers, i tree -of tow, b aptn in e ( ranpe fen --
Lemon Elixir. o ] r15) and eetaons thirty-thnree (33 and thinrty-, B D A'IE STEE. -"l
I.adies, for atural and thoronu_ or- The body of Wash. Kin- wa.ums fou nd four3v we-eh S..a.d TW .t| a tw ttp o. 171. .EW O
ganic rteg lation, take Lemon .-Elixir. ip. (s)s fl t w e-t a n te --t .E. "
Dr.Mozle' Lemon Elixir will not in McCoy creek, Jacksonville, on v tonsaipegbt{ ane dii RET RNS MADE ON DAY OF SAl.
- -nd _-OI tlhe northy"bdt_ t n ." -ty "e -ini A CH KS
you in -anyof the above named dis- Tuesday. B-ing a very intmperate ing ,sect-onstwenty-oea : In-ELER-tENCK =:
. d" "= -"-" tea e (rm- t wet ftit l and seventen
eases, all of which arise from a torpi man itu is supposed that he accidentally i, wneen (s) -antsd -eighteen. -;, .1. Nat'ona Bank, KCw Yfrk. "~c ll.t iiL^ ..t-rt*i, Md
or di .eaed liver, stomnah, kidlieys or fell in the creek and drowned. -ian eog11 rla n. *and w rare ftLre .. .i FruaBnt e tr.-r ydtiot Sel B -MSrB n- .
-et ".c. r ett X ty-tirt-ea :3. and h -,- ,. ...
lnta, Ga. and$i ttles at drug-Prepared onlybyDr. IT.MzirEY. At. .T. B. Joonof K-ev ntwe t ar, n :t.trI U (Y.
--j~ trr. Onwo hd btetn to AtIa, t to h,,) sadve t!... at d IiD ttn. t iw;- ai
L' h .e lt- ir ep e a cat'cr removed, returned on the andevn teen o an i~ip -n ht .M r ande-
"acksoville fourteen ofsevice rebe--nine'h,) irann g 'On .
Cure. atl C"oe h. -ep ol-, ars enedse. tieam-si'; .)wiv<-t aceomtpaned by rher- f r-e d uth r -tinr : y- -.1 ,j s+ai I .i-"llt ct
rhre l-Thruat, B r f!i.i .Pntung:i h ....(- .e-n-e_ #..-es.U I# UI ;M e chaiVt!1r.
o-Hea ur e ro at.nd ari Eixti. an lungi di- hir.iauid. _nthe o eration was pertfT.rmed 1.Yur- r Eter 1 S-' Io
suceea^ll hr a=a d n and ea,. -Y-. -1--- Ir~nt-MmJ Ii ^t + ; ,,,'No.^ 9"R B Street, .-W.
An ele- a:t and reiiable-: preparation. in I- hc :h. _" -2- |t,:.t,-_-...
r-5. cerJ-td ,s.i^. lPrep re'l only : iad W rn-so-^ f .-eer otw,-at:'-o.- -:- t n ^- n 1&: W ASH INGTO N ..I). C.
FboDrr. I. Mo lzev.- Atlatita. Ga. "" a -""e-ot rdk tnmowe .thr -r -i (r- 4 ,aa-ng -
--;W en anatrrari,.-or knows bt ha< a -ip' n1ine! :9.r-n z i.- ._.f -tt.
The amdse.m-at la i t in Gainerile : -a nl a-.i gi. rt, medy for- t-h. many : aI-hv _~*l'1a-' Uf H i ol SOUIH[RI [RllS- A [ tl- J-t SL-
[-. Rinisarked to:-a friendt thle other day rftr l 017-...e bo .rt of W ,, .-. ,King Jr -to" itd -: i. )* -.and _ty-one- lit andt re t-. t vor
that he ke Kemps Balsam for the -. r .- hi
n on 1 zim oe tnz sbi eaht a.se n ni,5n- -.
Thoait and Ltmg wasa .operior rem- -" .1" --..- --t _o rrnLer.e ei_-u -^a^,_^^ ^^ ;+a~- wi- & KAI Tl _'OMXMitSA &Ide.o
e r. M *-itppe- bher ough -iniar i th evitkncrt-st:,f abipreciatin ynatrftl, : -i oe, 4-itIofil s i it' rtiridsRaE:T tLh --,,^
when other cu.gh-reme.ties had no ef- W. F. Mn-i-.TMBei vigle. N. C-. wntrit : eiptw, ,-- -C";-:.n- -- -. ALL SAL2 IIEN IEl I DAtlY. .
feet whatever. So to prove this and "I h 1t u--& B cona i e -iou of i tsf nerit. anv,-druli-'t fsnilr a- -a ilnc ao: l hi .i p.it aft tii -t ...-"-.of "-.. _a-hn A JAMseEt-TRI- TU iER -~. hiint. ae mgg gn -rd wk
will give 'you a -Smarople Botie fre.. Ith liihe-t a-ifa or -- .'-" ..r- t ty :- t-. -- ;- X- s ... ..i. f at.r r.-,..-..n .. -. titt it i *
lar e 50sird $.l a n ..- F. i -. iIffmo n- ,itor Tim Rokv irIm .. e-e S_ 1t1'~1 "r. -. -T.,- -"" -t UltS-l
,-______ nr, Moma--, want- : "--- -'I am piea -? ...- ,.ardt? ds-at "a.at.s4 'JirIs 3'13- J. L J" .jQ j
B eklt~ ruiea Sa. c :th Btaink BloBOdU Nee^^-n Nml Ban ,e Y e
The be- slv.ln the world for cut, : i -:i+rur an tonic for delcat' pt-jI - I_ "' i Il- &r tB .
Isse esore. ukers. sal- t rf eum, feverI r r.w. at-d like ea charm m i _. ..r -t ,I e r a e -
or"",Pzdu~e. st omachL, kidneys- or' rnh -
i rw p bte tter eh_ ^- iby a 2rdr ch ilblainB., <^ Ui.F "Hl li+, -k Nin 1-T. --J oh ,n .. of Kr a. -,'-'r,

onrta, Ga.5-nd 1. ,in eruptions, and Pat ,i- an, si --e-e Wa-- - I -
~it~is~vore3 ptez or BO we- reqtot?,Tb Atisv^na W have., -m'-s a-- nuand niimH i G. ^t^L -
1'e mlas n ot- r) ed .. ret '14 and, the votinz plax f -Ir %aid

chairman of the Republiean State Cod- It is rimuaaedu to givr? perftet satif f:-
tnktre.: The detati t eapol tO ttor money reuneM. Pri
Sbe _so li- for r the renomnBaio o0f per box. For aby Balar Wal-
' se Harrio i- t, s a l ---e --

NORMT DAKOTA i - "-m Foa N- D. larcc 2.-The Tcto 8 ,hbm Sc-ld -_ed. Oid
2emaewt met here vemsterday aBd are Cb omoa KW -Sorw S.F4 )Em z

ae .Le afre was N sssi m l- .I- -s r .

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faint-out. -Af-ter-4ing few ia tJo e
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Jtiia-.E. Jhm., Staffit4's I. -..
StwritPS: -I Bhad ere. d !3 13rs
with bzeema andi ws itt time*.s aen-fi
to mvy bd Tfme itct .n trri~-'T it 2 000 Bud
Mr ..ooia-iaw got -me onT-huadf dotr.n
Iof laBinie Btood Blm. bb BowrSw
rnairely mmredf y. I a rk me.oa an b-o
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Dress Goods, Trimmings, Linings,
Wash Goo, Laces, Embroideries,
FlOuncings, Hosiery, Gloves, Mitts,
Handkerchiefs, Underwear, ribbons,
Chiffons Fancy Goods, Pins, NTeedles,
Buttons, Threads, Gossamers,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Velvets,
elvveteens, Silks, Pictures,
Screens, Easels, Bleachings,
Shirtings, Percales, Calicoes,
Flannels, Red and White, Cotton Goods
of endless variety, Cassimers and Cottona4es,
Table Linen, Xapkins, Towels and Crashes,
Blankets, Spreads, Carpets, Mattings and Window
Shades, and in fact most eserhing.

We keep thousands of articles, bt o roo to meution W

Call and see them. Prices Positively guaranteed'at


Leading Dry Goods House of East Florida.

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Ladies' and Children's Underwear Made to Order.
I have jut secured the services of Miss Paschall, an expert milliner from
Atlanta, Ga., and- am prepared to suit the most fastidious in this Lne. Give me
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- miath--str yinct I-advaace.
Beading notices in local eommn 10 sa cents
S lBo for each asid every insertbo.
B notieeI in Special Column one
eta, word for every insertion.
Batei for disoae a"rseimmezts -"A&-

BAm-" advert in billt bueane fe after
ftrtapp a-ae of aerlenii lt, uls
lhrwise stpkdated in ontraet. Parteiesnot
-kaowiato .wi Abe required to pay for ad-
^astidng in advance.
" MTHR L WK YSUui, the edition of THz
-AxY Sguo, is an 8-page 49-column paper,
fiambed every Tbtnrday, and contain all
-Th news of the week. Local, State and Gen-
mndL -It in the best weekly paper published
fadfortapn d wMiUe manled- p ~tae free,
S a- y ypWrtofthe United States or Canada
1wrfla vest-in advance,
Aflremlttances should be made byexress
*M~T'order or egistered better address


"Mr. President, letus all therefore be
"hazkful for silver money, the money
.of the Bible, the money- of the -Patri-
archs, the money of the ages, the money
_-of the fathers, the money of the Consti-
mion, and the money of the people, the
same yesterday. today and forever."-
:_ ao Dk W. .Voorhees, Indiana. -

The silver dollar of the fathers, .of
4122 grains, was devised -by Thomss
Jefferson, sanctioned by Washingtojin,
a .thorized by the Con-titutIo, and p#t
into circulation by Treasurer Alexan-
der Hamilton, and was recognized as a-'
-standard of value equal to a gold dollar
- o uof the same mint up to 1873, when
the Republicans degraded it.

lftnation- reaches Jacksonville that
-:certain men in some of the counties are
iusyin g themselves endeavoring to de-
feat appropriations to the World's Fair
und merely because they do, like the
personnel of the Florida directory. Such
Scheming is almost too contemptible for
Wief.- Muat Flora's -lrky be dwarf-
d- rthe gratif-ation of a- few sore-
he ?-Metropolis. -; -

The Pensacola Commereial says:
"Ma4 n is a crazy for office as Hill;
JaWkin has not the courage of his con-
; idet n-;and so far the third- party mai-
-hine is too hot to.andle, a anll,. in-
clnding DePnns Eagan, the Republican
leader, seem scary and afraid to touch
the thing for fe of dynamite."

The EaatrniPresa is certainly very
-libeal to the Western Demoeracy in of-.
firing us the presidential Inobination
on a silver platter. These are indeed
iAing days for the Western Demo-i
tracy; In tact no such days have been
-nown out here since before the war.-
TheDemoerat have the dovernors of
awuch erstwhile Republican States as
ichl-gan, Iowa and Wiscosin, and
itlooks as though, mby mm con-
ent, they will be accorded the Demo-

world, being only about 3,7W.00001),O.
not enouh to carry O :--more than
-two and a half tmes that amount of the
world's trade. Silver,
adverse legislation. Is practically the
metallic support of the diffeuree. And
the annual output of tbe two metals to-
gmtker is ab@uWtely required to give the
asraMce of44 stability tou the bSiMa- of
.^i .w-rlL. The trade of the world for
Vie current year- will require an $8,000,-
0)i),OOG gold and slver b I moake it

it do to press-. it against furthur pur-
suhig tariff-ireform to which it is known
the Adminstration is also opposed? It
isa poor-rule that won't work two ex-
amples of the same kind.


rTaH SLT is indebted to a friend, for
several. numbers of the National Econo-
mist. We have found in them some ex-
cellent reading. mo-t of It from sound
De-ocratic sources; some twaddle -and
sme Information of value.
SThe Economist publishes the St. Louis
platform, but-eliminates the resolutions
I- emdle suffra.mg payment -oe- Union
soldiers the premium on gold in. market I
above Federal money in the Treasury,
a"d the Unlo of the Gray and Blue, as
mere poppycock ebullitons of intem-
perate-enthusiasm, nd not- principles
offaith and credit. By what author tY
deponent saith not.j

D0080tes CR*M be Car"I
U. V- ab.V'bvwI

- .a as:t.ey cannot .-
ofi tSeeideorea the ae e potio of the ear.
an hti osiuinlrmde.There is only one way-to cure deafnesis.1
^t ^tbe_ psed^tof lW
V1aited States, of the contract with Deaf1 s cased+ by an inflamed con-
--rto receive silw- a ipay-d itli of the mucous lining of the Etu-
--ent, toa contract Inwhih -teyshould--an b. W -thi tube gets in-
fisamed you ate a iumbling sound or
'---r--t ---m m--- --7"+-- "ing*W Ww "YOU,- .a um -._ I-
i i-n_-im-_pperf.t h ear.in, andwhen it is enu-
trary to lawa"djust dealing with -the theirclosewd Deafness the regult,-and 4
Pee, sw ve. Treur hane t Iflammabion ca e take-n
'oun and this tube restored to its normal
-.__ -.- t ool fu-.-.e ndn, h.-eang ,wiU be destroyed tor.-1
. --m-spd )ilver and "-rW-ey evU; nie.CaeM t of ften are futeWe
alonefor tae*payrimtofalUobel The byeatarrt, wnu-it is nothing bt an
prpopwed return ^to die Istutioa fauIned < i~a of tfae icsrJ
with -mo.-g s at-
-- (- ne- .. -- nd -- h r
te l*v Bd fair ad~teo ( te g a aik.,. ia of Deafnetss fl v
Wiat Im now tiarI up the pMtA-bemr catarr that we eanum cure tbv tarig,
lag odoHSUa CAiarh Cww. Send tor ci
.... in "-. : . F ,J C H i" Y & _C O ., T e l~ d o O -0.l. ~ .: .. .
,deaf ng da-- ineA- hs:- the...hesle hl 1a .

--m -s -n ma- t o t e .inv. .. r- -n 1 ,-


Book After -ThisM.

ou don't neod a spy -g to wsee the quality
of ue lot of



prin-n Dress Goods

A tremendous outside influence is
being brought to bear on the advocates
of. -free silver- coinage in Congress,
organized and directed by the New
York World and oer great dailies of
the gold coin and gold bond centers, in
aid of their foreign and domestic clients.,
Their comtnbined influence must be ac-
-knowledged to be very great. They
only ask now for a postponement of
ac-tion until next December. Of course
they will be just as much opposed to the
passage of such- a measure then as they
are teday. It will then as now take
'Old Hickory" sort of:men to turn a
deaf ear to the importunities of those
who claim to be your most concerned
and strongest friends-.. It is not im-
probable hat the silver advocates in
both Houses of Congress have- back-
bone enough _to stand the strain. They
have known all the time that there was
powerful opposition to-sUilver legislation.
They have not been taken by surprise
by the organized shape it has- taken.
Thmere will be some dodgerms, no doubt;
but the gritty men will put it through
the house of Representative&.
- The question must be.settled. As it
stands it is not a party measure. To,
let it go -over into the next campaign by
aback-down of its friends would sub-
ject them to -contemptuous ridicule and
destroy -theircause.
The supporters of the Bland bill be--
ing surethey-are right, -and that the
majority of the people are with them,
must push the battle to the breastworks
of their intrenched plutocratic and natu-
rail home and foreign enemies.
The dire consequences predicted to
follow the proposed restitution of silver
to the place assigned it by the Consti-
tution and the laws of the Republic are
all gammon. With the plutocrats it is
a question of the rise or fall of the mar-
ket premium prices of the metals, coin
or otes, or governmeatbonds. they have
forsale, it is true.- But the govern-
ment is notto be run for the -sole pur-
pose of keeping them up at high premi-
ums. Purebhasers ought to have some
show. The American common -people
are not to be forever-kept by the legis-
lation of the government hewers of
Swood and drawers of water for the small
gold and bond-holding class at home and
abroad. Thegreat industrial class of
our own people need relief and they must
hare it. cost what it may to the favored
class for whom -alone Congress has
heretofore -legislated. They ought to
be able to take care of themselves; and,
n' doubt, they will very effectually
fcike care of themselves when govern-
ment care is removed.
Thereis aelear cut issue between the
Democratic, Alliance and Republican
silver advocates -an~d President Harri-,
|son and his supporters. Because they
[opose and be stands ready-to veto any
measure on the line of the Bland bill, is
an extremely poor reason for not send-
ing such a bill to .im. When was such
a ridiculous reason ever before urged
for abandoning a -cause? How would

Mr. Cleveland's New York friends
have threatened to defeat Mr. 1ll,
should the latter be nominated. Such a
threat cemes withI poor grace from men
who will have to depend on Mr. Hill to
elect Mr. Cleveland should the last-.
named be the nominee.-Pensacola

Electrical Sea Bathing.
An enterprising bahmafcin -aea com-
fortable sum last year by an electric bath
inthesea. n a small battery houseat the
edge of the water he placed ten_ cds of
battery connected m n series From mthes.
he led a twenty-five wire cable to a distri-
bution box placed on a pele in the water,
in which the cable was famned out asd
connected by leads to the ele-rodes
mounted on the crowsarms. The- otha side
of the battery was connected to earth by
a plate- submerged in the water jut be-
yond the edge of the shore. A person
wishing to take an electric -bath was pro-
vided with a cord and electrode... -
Ongoing into the water he connected his
cord with the terminal of a battery 'ledon
the pole and he could vary the anxfint of
current received by approaching or Wi
ing from the vicinity of the ground plate.
In this way a person could get an electric
shock as severe or as mild -as he wined,
while at the same time securing the full
amount of benefit and pleasure usu;afly at-
tendant on the sea bath.-New York Te
gram. _________ -__

It is commonly supposed -that tiae is
bt little bud life m the forest, bece ao
few birds awe seen or herd. -But "ii Is
n4 the ActL A lage nnm eof fsamaSes
are ersated o3K>gh not' Ma=yaaWedMi
waste their sweetnms the aoftdie The
forest is so dense and the -3Us- so
thick that the smaller birds Wly hade
themselves from sight, and if Ht ey.Y -
being note or two you will. o0 tr
temm in va. To study them awe imt
choose proper localties" and waft paiewit
for opportunities. One wla of birdawill
be found in the thckes, another W the
clearing -s, c in the ev An
hard wood, er ftreams andan andabout
laes.-Foret and Stream. -

Xaetie -w _at ,f yrP . Ef --
sick headathet pearmia, low of appete
a ait, "allte" feean bad taste, coated
DI~rS the bowels& Dyspepsiadoes
After Io 'w d eaItwxe I It
-requies eael
E a n and a reiedye like Hood's
arsa wl, ie acts ntly, yet cay.
it tones -tho stomaeak regifales tedgs
tiom6:lcreats a-good ap.- tci
tiete, banishaes headache; 01I*
and refreses --the mirHeadma Ol
"I haveT ,beentedt. d a I
had but ltle appetite, and at I dd eat
e distress = id or

rd! took. Hood's Bar-._e .- -
the rving ap dtperlwa-
Gzotuag. P.-e.Wat -was a aes
too Hood' Sararila

Slbya drog Si ).l Pm4!m
bIC.lOOD, lho., d id Dae a o llmar
IOHoodes Onesaparlla_
Sodb4i rgit.;.atrf.Pi )i

MoTI aas' FRIEoD is a sdentific-
ally prarepad Liimer.t, every mae-
dient of recomized value and in
constant us by the. medical pro-
fession. These in-redients are bom-
binedin amannerWthertounknown


WILL DO al that is daimedfor
it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pan, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother df Child. Book
to "MonmTs mailed FREE, con-
Itain.g valuable inf matio and
volutary testimonls.

E.. A B Lt i rED l.<$e. ;
Sea Island Cotton, Egy-ptian Sea Island Cotton. American and English Sea fIsiszm
Cotton Bagging and Beady-made Bags, Bagging Twine, Crushed Cot-
ton Seed Fertilizer, Ginners' Supplies. Sea Island Cotton '
.- .Gins-English and American make. --
Second-hand Gins of all Kinds in Stock. Cotton Seed
gece Bought in Large or Small.Quanitiies. '
Agencies throughout the States of South Carolina, Georgia,. Florida and at Prw-- o
dence, R. I., U. S. A.. Liverpool and Manchester, England, and -|
Alexandria, -Egypt.
Firfm-Offmrs ade by Letter or Wire e1 Cottol Samples, t Seed w Lit FW"ri ib

E. BAIRD & CO., "

Hardware, e, Mll puppies PaiAs, i, Glass,h
Tinware and Household Goods.
Are now receiving their Specifalties: for t1e Seson. --
REFRIGERATOR.S, Ice Cream Freezers, Ga4
Gasoline and Oil Stoves.
remember that we are doing all Kinds of Tin and Plumbing Work.
West Side Square, GAIfESVILIE_?Ia.
J. H.I r USHMA, T. P. W-IGGINS. C.. H. mgrwL-.TS|
CommisiioEn : QAerl-Chanxts


1West Front Street, CIENCINATI, 01O1
-, -, 'u ,. *'^

rida cranes, Appl9s, ?eatuee, eOis rad aii

Our Orange Packing House at Micanopy, Fla. _

-.9 Peprerented by R. C.-M. Crawfordl. Micanopy, FIa.

Chbazth and a Shattered
both male a femle, noting better .-JAS. X. GRAHAM, President.
than-R- P.PR '


daw6m ~

JOHN J. BARR, Vice-P .



ladies ~~ ~ ~ Or whose mysem er posoe In le-- -- IF3
Of J 0ainesville, Florida. -

ho od Mim in an mpure condition .
due to Menstrual Ireglaities are Capital -- j- l-
peculiarl benefited by the wonderful-, r, T
to sal .ood.oeang pro mief ..Surplus and Undividedp profits -. _5....1
P. PP., .ricJ y Ash, Poke boot, an' r
Potm-, the greatest cure known fo
all dismm-ofth
Does exciusively a banking business, with facilities equal to anv bank ln
*;1^^^^W | State. Solicits the accounts of Farmers, Merchants, Corporations. Act.
Interest allowed by special arrangement. All business transacted promptly.
______I_______________ July 12 1891-dawly 1). F. GRAHAM, Cashic. -

MAPNBAX BOS&, Piropriaet,



Wholesale and Retail




I-fo. 2 l"-W

-Manager tsr--





Keeps Constantly on Hand i'Fu.Hl Line of

Staple and Fc ncy Groceries,



1Butter and Cheeme on lee

Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
[ 5_im 'S OLD -D, q -- _
,tl.AII good_ delivered free of charge to any part of



MAy practical method of
cleaning gents'.. clothing-andi "
pressing. can asU1re von .satir
faction -ye ::-maa,,icl.an-iUvlllW I UI I LOt~lU I II lOl
ing Rmaaents enire-a. Onyt -
tailor made. suits, BA o es- . .. .. '- 1 --
saques., cloaks ad g l GAINESVILLE. FLORIDA.
clothing are-: cleaned and! --."
dyed withOut rinpping lifninpop- Rl staebuh ,and-oM; -- .rt.d;..-
biadings, button, and re- -the be In connctio with all brMe -W*.w. ,tm
pairing i ,i auende ,. A prs having propty for at or s U
pamn-ingoer -al.-Ribbonsn.- tor. .
*m "al T ANors. -- ; nX. .. . -[ ; .. .......... ._..+.. _._ ',
FAmT idAiN T ] T A VlrT-^ TIT T 1 ;t-^ ^^~ .........

t',s gin-t iet market aanA-opecn[<-ues roydi--sea-I. f G.4I v.N. --E .-
t r- -ar-Sn.o. ,g a tt" an o, w-t-er i-i T l- r--- .i -. ... .
)ckt -or li i. _____ r or CUoLYERHIJOSE|
t o A b i e a l z t w i t h p u % - r o -+ s .. + " S
-7". r--. wen aUl .r 'r- !.- iI l i l

s^ it"o -oifH -khim Sol
,-imtmmmweta ap mit l, m it be a .-.. f-l t re i ... AverrM&wr 0" o tewants
lare att
:-w ua rpe du r to&, mi F -:- ,._ .+ 0-Rak.
-w *&Imvwith f an owslvri -- '"~z 'v tin o- -Al
w w tlol3. a Igl d If be 'Ih--- ^ -- ... sets .^- r- -
_. T -+ eBea -m iN r 'a |^Nl_ ~ gO.+ -.u .-a-^ '-i ....... -*^ _. c' t .- *'JN J _L D I Z ~ t-' .. ; -- .- .. "
v a i. reIacrfaeeuv l~ent. mw ... -+ 2 ".' a;t "v -,ew- -+

rigtl to atve their -sa d t^i-t A z Me rv A :S
.- .+._ -^ -i .^. A ^ -, -'- .- -'. f. ....-._ .. -. '=: a' .. ~ l ~ y S-I I i -B y l i ."rte ,.- .--> *-+'.-+ -.-._ +-.- r-+- m.-- ..*- F +*-
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raman?.at m ir 5rub"

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Sentby express on-I ecciOf pric 5per b tie


Every one should Re P. P. P ; neary
every o needs a good medicine to
Sa italiz and enrich the blooA

a8route of speies take P. P. P.,
Pbf ootaabsi b itoke t re m aud M
bhmna P al uypaOfe a it
maBlo md alaizisa01Saes6-Bloodryisee-
andwy, -n ertiary Ifyoprhead aches n
yob -aremedcofsieis take P. P. PORI
Prnicly Ash, oeRoai


SLH.11. CO.,1J:XN & 00)

~ainie'ville, Florida
Do a generall Banknig Bu- ?,necs buy and sell Foreign and Domestic Edchiaugg.
The accounts of Banks. Bankers, Corporations, Farmers, Merhantsand
others reeivel on favrable terms. Special facilities for making
Collections on all accessible points in the United States.



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For a Thed Feeling, Impure Blood, Dis- 19
tre ,after Eating, Dspes-a, PainIs
the Back, Headaches and Nervous Pros-
tration and Debility and Weakn all i,
yield readily toP P. P P. For Sle.epless- M f
nes, Exhlaustion and malaria useP.P.P.


- F A AY Aiv-Y "AAXJL.4 --*^

FPO- sewa-al yersIBan
' MIUMU., Unad abaMAlm
too as m a~iraz r",zc
frymY. PmB
L EOWraiu.ro Pl"

--MI onft=R COWAI7 vl, iar

.un . Oe T '." S

I Leaves St. Augstine daily at 8:xo a. m-; Jac
w y a.j4aruriT cxm;ve .g p..m; Atanta,
w ,2tiirrn 4o00a .m.; Cicimnnati, 5:50 p.I
En-All~g.1ahsU --- NO ^XTRA ,SARES. -(
auw B gouar I7ckeS Aread by East
Quee1w and Cresce-t Linesa. .
e JL-JX.YPV -T-tPainge Agent, Atr Btck, JACKSONV.LLEI
S W.W _. Ge i a lseng AI get, KNOXILLE ,'

N- W -Diso bg ft-m cdef v

'I-ei, Si L .a^ay thlie w M-d od.s, erful .is.er
IB a B tIe Mlad, ftm on raaii afterwwaad it wa=
ha9r \ winuampesetel reaosed. It is peareetlr
-! -W hive t" yf evei-ri Harieegfndit w-temnfa tresel. TaiW
-ti be, aanoyed with hair on their FACE. NECK a
tiftiA Ifeaaut tfiL If i-e growth be lighi
MMr o wmveitpreti3tH- the heaxy growth snch
&adeatroed.a Letdii Ua ir will be removed at
without the uiCf&testpain e- Inujry when applied 4
romw p7Soapiswhofidamanembear"sing eoytu of I
ftoeHO.I BORM1 an water: Pricr '* 4CjB^^. peri~ ~C~botet Ainfety waiiag boxes postage paid
e oled ftri obervation)- Sead money or stamps by
Mhinu rutttai- oaly* OmMiepodebce tricUy confidential. TLhisadvertisemei
_|Bsl-tioraTCT~~wadcdit tfWinvftyootodal rith ia and Or
a Alz n Piitfd P Addbrem- Quoee Clheaiies Co.. 174 Raee St iet. C01
YaU!eI RiebRyItr Lt anty puatOfce to lsre t safe deiv- We winl
mreMf. .war uWhrtpix-t wryto any parehaser Ee botti
i -T.hm ii whoke- "sa e. a m e g baetir eafdsa B Ss cstt of Qutexsxati F
We have tried Anti-Hairioe and find it all the manufacturers claia
&TNga.-''; :; -, :


Wholesale anbd Retail Dealer in


-Tinware, Mill Supplies,



-asI-Ctompany t

G prepars.d t ov es gMev 9 6 thenBitf !
l^B~~iisb~B~ttttscR ft urrfll -r y I^ all y
aaeet fer prodoei Kd lht att tw mt rat

S7Othe S y Have- eir 1
- - It lajH altinportant to
W.ctk they uW eiln -at in aa~mrm UlQrSSIoe.. It is to kn
------^j1. r -Ll~l ti i. r ih ii t bi r --M oBe 0 TOtOC Og PilT
K^In~^^^^-SSS^^S; jraoP to relaxbp Toar
fi~faUU~f gnt Baia~ta alway ben theu lookout no
setetcaadlirewd you
THE BE~AUTIPFU1 fltTojni*ty.Wei
dsc a as w Oll a psat ou-pa
^^miiga3 i^n~fff yo Sud thsat yo caatr repo
a UrIW OVZFrI P ra1sk yon tocootlnet
~~~~~~tn vIB mfMB *UT"wantto be su
the nariket at the most aao


S-We desire ,to to our ejaci-ia-. -. . ..-_ -.
for years we have --been- selling Dr. a ISy aBowt p.. U tlt [ &AIi BAr, m. I I ll I .I .
______*a nt19 I5.PAr. M lv M. iZo tU
- Kin's New .Discove.ry for Copsump- exet pa and slm a t| ._ .p I A r. .A.aat-. -Lv 7wp aa.t
ti on. Dr. King' ewl ife PMis, Buck- -Day_ -m ". ."Ar-C--o. W .l- lISp 4.5p
len Arnia Salve-and p Aectr-Bitteft, For ,1e. .a...e... -7v1 i .
and have -never.h andled remedies that a tl a Jackand5- .35 TTana jigi r 7 a L
,setla- o t ah-wel or at haire "given -ch 116..-a .a. .an. .... -w .... ai4L 7 i 4 _. -.
I DIe. if osti ..factory result a d o not f e i-"M H.i. o r s 1 a. m a fP ..
tate to girantee themeveiry time, and i - '--ig-.- ...- ,- -. .
wFlande stand ready to refamd thee purchae M I r' Ce is,. NW s t22 fam-YWhtin4 4
Btprice if rIactoDy reuL~t d n f- =IS
"now Sue Flori d R acc ompnie. by 3i -- .- -a-ly4ew. B d4t Cu .. ipm 4- I..... I
Swon their great o o . .. .b : ,, ayMrtv r 1,. rtd
ma 2 b. ; o their -wa amerir Ba a3 Jaagolftla eIia4: L 9
atlaa Brooko- el WL -e The wlail be out In t daik e- I" -pai u. in.h c iew. It "__ A--
n, dt etn, ir& ofo tr -t .. I" sevd eralren week.. .-P-+... ... I -. . -4:s tj- a3 Mv 1tt4 at. a yr-le r of -
,na_. and _______,____ ___ |'_ -Ftnsa -k- ,,s-- a! .... ___. ... ..3......
Hands F-nU. j ... .. a e a.aB, p id ....... 4.a A i, ... i -. --f
. ..owt er. C n..i c. At RJ .j. T.A.rir l... y s-. GO.. .. mIn a 7: i ..6 :.1-.me-
r ho tbeBSn orbers, have started on a day A0|1 J<
am, andd1-t ,edii.BIIIIIE R L-P t51 ...L Wi P__S; _. .It... M. RA..I a em C *to a at.
- "--M t-i t"r-from"Ft."Myersa ro the - -_ N ,i :r +- P t e .. aa . .. at AT A- " r .-
Sathe-r how ex- ia to the bead f Biscaneit .. -- ------N-erW .
lmayH b.oI "I.arm ... -- -." C4 at once.- be Imiles_ They wi.ll be out in tbe d"r DC- tB b . CATwkt c pae __
onnw and witen w su a several week& __ --DEALEB IN -- Ak -bat om J
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C'^^i--^f---H ll UW(IAmNT & BAUIIHIAUTLv I found ju-t-*uch a frhnd inDr. j &>W- f
,-H J II 1t u UUgiHi ith K"-,n- D~aove-vi fr9 ob.p Miiinern a SpMecialty. &tp,,a. tern" a r. ., a. t Ii _| i
tj S AionE Coughs, an44Cols.-If hare TrTiM flna a v a ra ail -
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-:I II IiBlI a s-srT l "RTnD never uw rised ruhi Great Cboab Medicine, r i 7:glm a-, am-.. f
-ANSIL Q I. --- -- -" oLne trial will covine you that It h as
-'mI II^ibK Tll IwLonT Pll r, pw-nnnn w*onde,-rful s ur-w --r- W-is inn rbd.efi- aHIrlt he desel; HIe<.t C ab Tra lmeav 'ins h t:. i idI
4 IHE Mlllrc c'uraltlrie Ponrs I a fll dtr&s- paidd fOor country roduce. mpw. iPg rf tpi-horcoont rarso Sct.
-< ^ "- -- ll. L ttbottle 6 u aranw-etId to do all t t -i ..- r1 't A toosr mi ewTn. tir -
7 |- --_ I-THE- WA Y o- -edor mion.e wie.---, -Cd e ref- d l. j C( --E I T en ~__tm*e~. be I n--f Ye ;
-B Pure Liquors,.WinesI I&r hg ~ Bl-5cau1.0t... & -w WiJ iAVl. L
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The Action of_'setit A o 9a -
M arch 19. .- C.C.apman-of thefirmof Cha "A 6
En-roR SuN: Puriuant toa< h cll ofe r Bros Co. of hicagoI who.with |- RD |ThLTK I . -r
-o' rable board ofcotye ion, his-Amily as been-i th y tfhr -iker TAOA-U S- "T LI
:olorarle board of county enm ioQ-Ao^n- 'HR -
erz-.ofAlachuacoun, ty, we thereisstered "I -t M Ad to allt Pom3ijs ina ..teBO Mid-V
votersof Distrklt.number 2 metin mass Houe. left yesterday for Chicago. His d e and West Florida, Mobile, Xew
at Parker's Hall. family wif remain in Gainesilie for .T W IpV Or"eand. a ed e '-iii.
TLhe house was called to order byy the benefit of eirhealth, Mr. Cap- D-). ^/ Pl SHon. W. M. Blitch, who dated the ob- maa informs us that his firm willIme- -d been troubled-fi-m months we--and-ortast --
Sjeciof the meeting. diately commencethe erection of a o- with Dyspepsia. The doctors told me Card in EctSac.i. is .
On motion Prof.. M. Holloway. tel building in Chicao the -dimensions meit wahronic. I had a fullness SotA. S.
Swas elected chairman and C.F. Wion: of which fill be 90x166 feet and seven -after eating anda heavy load inm the No.s3,7 S e. .s- -
secretary. stores in height. A club will be or- pit of ay stomach. Isu&feedfie- ~i I.tLF---eruu1 a.... L:-_
-.. who.se il.l.* b,.-e: ... -.ILv. ...C ala-tr..ocer -
committee was then appointed, orn- ganized whose members will be a- q ently froma Water.Brash.of.dear 9< iJ..Lv.... BMI ..n :. l'v ...P
BaoB posed of W. 31.Buteh,W.EM.Holloway, coimodatedat his hotel during thematter. Sometimes a deathly Sick- 1945 iS2a 2 e9P ksoa e l
. ... - ofthie ,t L ..tihe ...lL d_4
Mad pmCtei H.C. Parker and C.F. Wilson to draw g gress of the geat World's Exposi-2 th3e 5 lp ii L.- .L -L lp 4
Snpesoluntios to be submitted,. and the to. Anyre etl person fromany me. Then aga I would havethe us the pS ....
'- r n pad bf -_&ln- "m, country "-- ,_l -the.-payient errileepainso Wind Coli. At _I21 -.. ..:..
following preamble and -resolutions pait noftesiis I o t elch ad331p Ar.Sver Swig
Sw-ereunanimously adopted: of $5will be entit ed to m-ember ship,- .Awo in the L.for aS 5 ...d...iv .
.. --ei-. WHEIEs This district being g uiranteeing a.eAnioditiO-S at AsM- s Mct 5a 54pAr-.lPonchye-,...v.-7aIsC
strictly ruraldistrict and not composed seiable a. Te Mdll will beA __ W A- -s-,, -S-.b....- i
^iftL, of large laud holders; and whereas, we eoiete in all its appoiintents and ev- amityIatm se lo la Li^p ...ba.eCi 7 iaS
"-.. 9 +" ..Pt Ciy-.l L 5+ 17pg
YewYarti. believe that our interest is identified ery detail will be arranged with a view been for sevenyears. Finally Iused 4se a i4-&W4il4wo_0L.ArU l-
with the farming interests of our con- to impart informatin to mebers and AuagustFlower, and after Using jaSt Sti r..- Tre- L is -p
!,r w yong. try, demand that we should oppose all affiodf the am everyfaility for asacfi ne bottle for two weeks, was en- 7M& 636pAr.-'Apa'..Lv _Aok
I eshemestodrawmoeyt of the a.- business. Arragee.nts. will be Ao&- tirely relieedof al the trouble. I Pa .k:i'ntk.L- 1k I
ready tax riddenlaborers and farmers pleted to enabll all members to6.e an canow eat things I drednottouch ...... pAr..... Wal ....Lv .....
ready tax ridd...............................-" .....................-....r2ZpAr...tiaIn'tll..LV N..
of this district to advance the interest points-in the city without unnecessary before. I wouldl3ke to efer you .... p. .l -... :.
of corporate bodies and moneyed syndi-_ :dAy._ The building wfll accommodate r. McHemy, for whom I worked, .--"...- s Ar Cedar Key..Lv R-,..
cates; and whereas, we believe oe thosad ests, an is located at who knows aHabout my c ton diti Trats etsie Wintr Parkn
thath -iat it is-wrong for the poor tax-ridden- the corner of Oglesby aveoe and 66tb and fra whom I boagbt the medi- daYieaw aer Para maai .m. and Or-
farmers to be compelled to pay a tax for streetwithia three blocksof the Epo- I.Ilivef with mywfeiandfami y la 4ao<.(5 a.( Sa
the purpose of inducin immigration to- iton giouads ie lot on which .te at 39 Ja .es St. IA lleghefy tya,. n 45 'r u -- o_ ....L $P p
@ buy the lands of corporate bodies which building wml be erted cost$1i5,000. Signed, JDN D. CO. 5iP Ar .. rad 5.v 7 s
would frm thosepen ep- given by Mr. aCosta G. GREEN Sole-. MJriSy ,A --: | 4 iO BPArom a-s;.uLv 7.
thsepesso Lv.LaachO .6r 0,4p-Ibeop
++n.le mentioned, together with real estate "o" -UI1"W y"-ej-- e1w &P" 8 _Ar_.Taripon _p r ,ug a 7p
~o~p~m ; agents and abstract companiesZ3; ai ia ar. .nia"_err and. a 7i 7 P
,- estabUshmentlaq, >lqr~bT y was a grand ._ .. .._Ax|-_-p.le .... _. -
- whereas, we fully indorse- the action of mny-ri'ends in Tala :s- A M.A -# a tL957 I A r. Pe 19e sbug.-v _e 11r
h .t re. t .t see sent him nearly a carload ofbeauti- MEI0HBOR is _no.ai d S 0.- i .-
Tthe oneo hndred thousand dollars, a-W-d I-ot ocin H-
-vww^- for lb the-plutocracvyof ourStantwhieh -FL--- ci.&x-S Kic iCar eptSBada
S would have saddled further burdens sAr...... ... ...Baldwin L P
FOIa.-" upon us and whereas we believe ti : iM- I ........ -.- .
TENN. the only powerto approiarte mon-ey is.iinyeri Ma .Ar.---.------.. o. .......--,A, 3 :
by the Legislature of our State, or :bY b wieaftiCIBM Yuma '11 f
Constitutional amhenrty otherwise pro- IVhfti is-CsIeew.nMiF f l." .i ........ilver .Ar ... -Uy
S. . A6 T.....e....'ivr pg. L E .. p
.K DRS- ( vided; and whereas we believe that -, I S L l Lv-.. .
- -mthere is no warrant in the constitution - I M, L.......... s ..-........ I
S S v. -.- --._. O -. --Sp* I - luiI 14P Lv. ... en... coP om ....- Arl .i~s
_r l" or las of theState forsuceh an appro- _--. - -$7Lv,. o....tAr3
lE D .Scvered- -r ion be made,.. .. -"matuth T8uf hthatvq 331-p 3Lv.de City. Ar1a
y- Disebver" pri-aition to be madej therefore ww conu WitIelat SFECIALoPEJtS. 4 27p Lv. lant Ciy- Ar 9
rmdiwvered d t de3nn the meeting alled -h te Govern-- -bie- ae &. Ierano, ot Alexander, -....... .. :-.......L .
rer an. appnd for or .the 1,th and 18th of RFebruary, e- Texas T write usr-giiig a reiaraie OVA-- ". RAIL ROADI xa trn, .
No sentI~fi ---cur. . -cre of rheu=atism tIhere as follows: ..COR.O.ATION o -F-U S .
dswhobave living it to be for the purpose o hwo- CuW- he wifeof Mr. Wi ; Pritt, the post- COMPA.SY. 2 S. --2o.2 WS M." B -- .-
Lonea imtT erinsg the people through their masterheTie, had beeh bed-ridden-with i P s 7 IiI JlkSGDYWiIe.r 1A Pi
vfl an the o duy*authorized. public servants to rhematism for severalyears. hecoaud ha r:S iv 7 e
virte of the-Laws of-Ithsuch casWa oft S4eLaaofr. .. lFake Cit.eLr Le e-
.e ci -c obtain money unnathorzed by -the Ct ohti _mg todo her any good. e made nd provided, the u.w bave j -I5sar...ar..lve Oak.,. h S a
^^cl^^-Ei a r8- ^Qd nni sold her a bottle of -Chamberlam's Pain iormned tiemfeves into body uiicjd S i Ar. ...adi... 4 i 3 a
bY us. Balm--style- E LL C Ar. -ll -e-L' !ip 3
&nt^ selaws of_ the State; ando we fteth- Balm a ured w trder the naca y f ? S ^^ Ar..S .t^cS i Snma
by s.terb w f~iermiore endorse the action Of the iis e. We refer any See tori herI BuTLER R LROAD COxMPANY, for tothel I4s 34sp Ar- .. .q uin-...Lv !
at s lonest aad. indifference manifested by our. conutv if v this statement." -50eent bottles for tprpose of consrtrctaig. maintaining a-d l Wa -4t ArRiver JnactLa .l2@t
will fwd evey- s 1e operat dei k in a linieof railway froma the cityT I -4 11p Ar.. .Per.tae. A. Pelv O,
dnnM Oio. commisloners-in n(tatte:attendi ^ the b"ia! -ed=eneeales. oward through the cOAro- t! Lv I l
6-. ,0. -" of A achu to L""a-k"e,- "--Butler. In r-the ty .. 7. 5- r._ XNt._ewOrIau -Lv. p ,
et-~'~ar eed.- meeting on the 17th and lSthof Febuary . Bradford a ndf m said city of Gaines- i
ff io .-Tatlaha.sse, -knon that a t- ..t,..l I t h the cotnties of AUl-T ....... M etr. -7r.-r-| .
m. Y ,aaer -t a t that ....t- " I d I I + ,- i L
mr for it.-ED -ing could not be prodneuTive of an good *'" "" I i"o and nt*"|o* toiu~ roitohbe WiMae af TaB- -.;cArl .nl bel.L is--g.oo-'
in the face of the decision of the te -P atal ltock- of t- "- .. Cincinnat .-... -L- T--'
-- L atureandstatutes of the Stte; "_" -aimFdaTEy. Ar... ..$t.d i intlaunifi.: ,- .... ;.::: i ,v -::.
Swe frthrmore condemn the policy and tsprinec;ipiotileeor place of busine_ ulmian secarpe ticnnmr C ati. Ub-.-o rd
.I "^^~~~~ .1ilxw " aneiillt- Alac-ho coa.ty. -Florida. |TahTmp via JaClavUtt'. IPucllan caa-
Sl ofI said commissioners In an ting-this 'I.E. W"L.TEB, G. HYDE, j AJ ,)vlllelaad New uleanis. 1., S 3 9
I e- eleetoin today, which makes an addi- r- _a eS A_ a._ ,xn -.s.J.BEMy x il~r ---.
Stional expe on- the a rea. vet Gati I I ..lR-- &-Ie In Ih! -nesvl. ... Fr,_ D_. i+-l. y l T ,.
ed peopleof this county. Therefore be it -. -...--.- _- -va.-e ... ... ar..
- -- E I solve That Iwe, the citzens aodn I s aJ aiInnh n011 ir CIC I ----- .la... AT- .S
- v.- tersof fistrinct No. loa A .Illrf nIfIOUdWl -:
S-Ii topArty -feelingorpreferecee, do pro- .-. Lv .Rv il.... A--
S. tst again o st all schemes to raise meoey Traif l eave and ive iion DIepot, fqPa AI1.WAY. As .. a.. r
Sby property tax forlthe purpofe o aid-- caln r. 1 5.. --S L..rv. a A ISp
ing the -World's umbIa E p itio : -- - ... I .. ._._ l I. -v ......... L.te, ..,.. j.r _:I
Sbut w e believe that sucb m o ey should 6 -,ve. ._ Ai_ .-. 4 sp .Ar... .C.. i ln I .. .... l
eraithed Wv orld'sCon -*toaconvlle PaiC Lx -LosEAAle .
b-e rased by pivat s rption only. aA ~ a, A r- eanPdaupoInt.. 13:3. o. be. (X F. Wuso.. I ^ ^' amp .i listf:& Ar..iy Ye a 7, lip
E.-FLORIDA. seretary. -SI -- -_., SrCta Li -.
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S" -" .S "OF I AI OJT A. Callson, the popular clerk or J. E. Dampier, of High Spring, ha, -
C^M f N I the Brown House, has returned from sold to parties in Kansas City eig| I

S.a business trip t Tarpon Spring. acres of phosphate land for $3,000. Thb
Z;PRLE LO CA EVENSTS The tnis regarded As a good sale and we con-II

WSS- 'W *to press the dampness bad not put in an. LIII II. I ,,T ^- -*- -
BIT OF^^^ FACT^^ ^^ Bi p Acr A GOSSIpGATHKErEoos aaceSers will soon commence the develop-
; B~l HB8BE-HA A AC aa>ppearnce w ent of the deposits of phosphate upon
A-D is GOIG TO John Wells of orth Ganesville athe lnds they have secured. -__
.... ..< :i Ofifteen aresof cabbage ssg-J s Ut Bnsine is looking upat High Springs
tion, and will commence shipping next -
Call^K^ on Pound forhTorses and mules. y The saw millis rnningont full ime,^llll^ I~r
---H .-- f dm we three phosphate companies are mining|jHl
wol ran b pt h tneo d

-:__ }^Sl^ .J S A. Keeling made a flying trip to -Those parties who are trapping mock- and probably two more will soon corn-
A- f- f Hague yesterday. in birds and sending them Xorth in mence operation, the merchants are S R N ANDh SI U
--.-.table manure for sale by E. c. direct violation of lawshould beprompt- doing a good business, and there is more
--- :$1 MP. P ai'$ n. ly arrested and punished. or ess bildng goin on. The outlook
sobt Wi 0 g 9o. for all kinds of business is much better
1_ C-,001-- th deeop-
=1 OF FA A". GOM..__. ON sr_ ,vn commenc

ian it has beea for months.
Amukiy ofre they yesrposphat

err oftatart^kngPower The bet iamyesra rthaeatmoe MarCh 29, 0and 31. There isnot a city n~he Unite --A
m ta jBa-.-king- PJowder. ahe be earne fre eat ney G eis more in need of a street sprinkler
"iet ofalHm leavening srength.- at W. H. Davis d; 0.'s. AL L Ar. ivrr TO ATTES]> O- than Gainesville. It would not cost much
fiftee rnited cabates GinernmentFood

orltr. ALBAIXOPowxS Co.. JAxHne-of Island Grove was in the DISPIYO]PPATEBrNHATS provide for tesprmklingofthe treets J Ot S S. l
.. WlNl x.Y- -. y vesTemy. itd Miinerv ITovelties, and iris remarkable that our cities do
-__ __ _- vo_ __rs rey-_d _nderear and Moli nery geoveltes, not make a move in the matter. We do
< Fo C-lrenats^ .d ad adobieMS M OJLSy.nbeev ta asngebuies a ________
trinity~~~r -nIC ful caltimeL W acsn

s tEtyC otedney Fi r of Mianopy Junction A neg was shot and kTiled at Bran- would refuse to contribute to a fund to
wasd s -w was ineH e yesterday. fordon Wedaesday night, but no one defraythe expense of sprinkling the
"fws ugie an Wago-, --s seems to know anything about the eir- streets. -
direct C vsiolation ofl~-hud epop- Hdein apiodl b rogressind onhtr e is SmoEDreA L

-fte~tis.rd- n^o sale by W. eumstances. Themater is bein rin- Workr rapidly progrssin n e
a--Pt"f itee e aed Hydeblock on the north side of the l
-b ybone~vp yer y .. ipped 450 One ofthe largetconregations ever square. Enoughof the front wall haso
Srassembled in the Episeopal church d e s m t
Biho Kwi ee, fthe Diocese^ (llrt it ee ad o-dmntrticnlsiey
oflrid The rite of eonfirmatio Lar stoekfineHosiery and Hand- nessed Cte confirmation of fe per- the b ID every depart
w. conaferredupontefoo0wingnamed r sons on Wednesday night. in thecityif not in the State. Those yI
0- " ry- eaed in J.o -o Wnsr the construction of the
Me o an hr. ? "'J1 Jge0. J. Moat of the building are all skilled workmen, the
-uu Cohn- MeK ~bon and Mrs. terday returned from a trip to Cuba. Phosphate company has returned frm mateial used is the best obtainable, and
EA lemmo tia.O.. Faking k For dre making go to Mrs. Ida a business trip to the orth. He r- the structure in all its appointments will 5X)0yards Hamburg Ed.
E % lst ola r ln a -And-nie W s : -Smiluteh'S^oldStSeeL ports cld weather and plenty of thOw. ie complete. The contractors thus farm
A10 Mr'. .. Moatof Frosu4rg, Mary- Tom Brown,- colored, for asaulting are certainly doing superior work. 4000 yards Hamburg Ed

a -Edn-!le, M1i-Sses Noa Tinsley, lad, i in te citt.- -Sall Pinkney, colored, of Archer, was Articles of agreement were sighed 4Xn)anards Hamburg Edge
Blly Eynolsand Mrs. Anie Lloyd, Go to W. H. Davis & Co. for tne tried in Judge Gardner's court yester- yesterday by citizens of this city for a -
ie Mari Olmo, Paul F. 3en- mules and horses day, found gailty and fined $10 and trotting race of three one-mile heats, 2, yards Hamburg Edg
-nsa Wiaf-Ia Eafsc Smnfi, S. Y.Finley yesterday ret dfrom amounting to $19.40, which he two best out of three heats to win. The
ad Heer Smerand WalaceIro T8 ek whierehe hnas been- oIleal bua- race wll be for a purse of $100, and will
w-a. a-s. y ness. The party of engineers belonging to te take place at fthe old Fair Grounds on te IS THE WEEK TI
M Wee td b on Wal m e = op- Jucto A ....~ s

--pWeed ie W -y -o nitedStates eolo5al and toporap- the ist day of April. There will also bet
tom, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ A ,e.h.SapadRv .R. Fn uhCwadyugcl fordUnitednSaesdy n~oight su o n everal other trtigae s ela

Sical corps, while in this city on Wed- several othertotingrace as well a I
Cc oan.o Car Keys. e e nesday night took a squint at the North several running races. The occasion

(" 1-S 1U- -- Henry A. PiekettoJoneoTsvi~le came t. They are eablishing meridian promisesto be one of unusual attract-
-sa semtfL dwe -eold r 'atIn I Y _-to :.in--w-Coleeer an looking after the variations of the iveness, and it is reasonably certain tpa
Boga-3an Wagon tfte sale st -matter is he larges stock' peaes p%

1e I e etotl i magnetic needle, conclude that a large crow, will -be- e largest stTCK, neatest p
ot t a a .ngs, as -- mE .- -- prset. In the meantime the track
s -ea, re- ted h, othr. We Rev--N. Henry Bailey, of orth Gainesvlle, should be put"n excellentcondition. l_ T.. -
wB disp am G Weaedha, fe -AT Dm--w ho has twenty-five acres of cur wci cost somethintto do thisandit i- JOHN
f-eet T iteo cnll on L ar -.T-. bage. hasl Hsold to R. M. C. Crawford, sunggstdn that our merchants and other-
a d get tt b e of. Kemp's_ ..... representing Kushman, Wieiis-& Co. business men be asked to aid in defrav
---* Tht and g.. -.U of Cicnaltill crates of -fcabbabb, inglug expense of repairing the utracki o -t ,
T1. SMb Aaamdrgggsy 5.. C-mi-s ia *. C. W. Brlon&o.heah An-ewghs subscnbriptio^n hto whie WEEKLyV K1nJitffll*
41.. -Sol by ahld ---xitDr F. SthW. yesterday afternoon numbered
Ti^AteSaC-tri>3sZc8ave~tJo& 0... T.fwic reso a Cod heahadisebingpc asbscriber at soktlle' W wo l -n. JItihle
.TheA.a.. a Co.t some new delivery wagon. It was pur- Su for another year says: "tI don't-see -
-5>iome---atArcer-onMa- I : Mr5. L. W. Jarkson has a handsome chased in Savannah.- An attractive howI can do without your paper."
-linofomae for- allkids fay feaa lrein onnecion -with the wgon early all the readers ofT T SUn en- i ,
I = Ue w _r- -wr. .... .-D--EA.LER Di-
l Ta-i" -butit a ar ng is a chime of bells which ornament the certain a similar opinion. While none
Bi-e-- ly The people of A-r wd This is a busy season among a te arn- harness on the horse. Notwithstanding of our subscribers are quitting new
i tir lly e n at thee improvement the prie of gro- namesake eontainlly being added tork
innd thn elL 'e daY. eriesawill n o red,- of GROCERsES,
Ntoward tedelegtes All caewv 0 ^ ^ aeresa not advance. the subscription list. Weare gratifieditfm Illj inmr
w rtblngthe convention had lasted long- "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." . ., -,at this ev53lence appreciation on thellln1 1I RRHIlfrIF5A.
the le styl a. M. D a ckson'. fr o y t cumblin G f tcher art our readers and wil sire -for -..
T h e- F,^Sd e ut,-F f o n Min of T ecear e p eased to s hm a g ainn e ob eis
Nel li -Se sthse at Mu Janksonn of Th y dust bin g ou s tet not eri p orepese to increase the use-I
i-with whieh the streets are paved, bu y olness of The S e tsow tihat the- "rtd d -
vehicle passingg oetere rod o pvd ot1vu e ar rft

_B:-- police force.- ..f. 9UA-. o r noavd -i earnes every Democrat in Alahhna rusbrC4ea4 But my motto is never let a
"=Noribe Suer and Malc Beror *ta w e has l Pa will be for a purs
:-:" :-_--tag MISS _- -i Ue .- A Jewel Safepy bcde in -gd- c-would be lthttle or nO d "a. tciny shl su-bscribtfo.r iES. -Gu on
o-ole raeerthalye pi of subscription is
1~Fine XcheCo .*dilonfrae b y ou Hca E lef Poric Crtail other trtig- -rce -as well w

---- -i-n W-. C.Andr fArCe $354KLs of e - There was quite a contest between a low enough to place the paper within )
:Eae-tAvwBtee--A. ]L. WeW, w-. xParker of La~roose wasin the half dozen or more bicylts yesterday eay reach of alL Any man who fails m "
*ai -lMr -Haw ; -rs. tsym ap e l afternoon as to which could -make to take a newsPaPer will -alwas be
-- .h e.o;-nW.inmeet ategctthis t fo l faster time around the publc square, behind the times. The local paper,
; -. HoAse, Roelle. 6Mr. Harey Huth we regret to should go into the household of every -
ts yset wniaoB wm meet hat tay, had the misfortune to baly bre fak ilyin Alchta county. Now is the} -
-:m ... ._ 10 years; also nWe line of Boysfy Straw- timebto suscibe.-
-^^^ *S^M^JJ^^ Bys swhis biyltime to subscribe. l ^ K ^t ^
.-. -, ..-" Cap at M r. Jackson's. -_h" .-..
"1 h taa __rcrd-froma a scnd of INYURBC AH
---.ip t yar," Mr. Kisso D of Fa.rbanks, who There was a surprise party at the YOU ACK A.ir
.)Joe l ot tl, bee-itingMr an Mrs. Tile, .re-idence of Alrtnan Pound- on Wed- Mnt is generadeiiy. Try_ .. T
"iblll -o u bet "ig' n andlfJ: Mrs. '"insky,
i- Texms- ."In the itter -ase I has returned to herhome. neslay night. The intruders took pos- UfM tCmT-.yu, eleae your ive. and -gve
Ch-ambe.rlai's Cough Bendyaed 4 in-session of the house and ran the pe- a good appetite -
-I think with coosaorbl l-uccess, only W. Hampon has etuned from_,
.. ...i ice tr sevral h owrs. One.- of the' z0=0
0* n U: i -1tfie -0W two -day8, Jickijon X.6.-"S PRA U^.
be~ inbeda itte o tw dysJacsoville, wheric -he has been attend misYes for seveadori n on h SItMONO' P B c
-in-w dm for .-yef Amitts k.:Tbe Btr nd [party performed on the piano and many S "--*"
s-w -htt& i h .... - of those present danced. All had a ___A "_
secnda-acam'aised theb haveevaI
---beeseqwy b rt the S. t bat for The great reason to the suew"s of d ime. You Furui th- Feet We Do
the of td& remed, 511" hatO 961to Hooiis $O a rpafllIa is found in its post- ? theRest.
bed laboit six hou s after being tire merit, It cures where -other prep- Capt. J. -A. CarliLle, Sheriff Fennell, lIs s C GII,! mt.e you 1A GI-uN Ii.
S'ruck'w rith itk whtue mi first camse I arations fail. -. - "-I- Dll an M. d og s A a f e We notonly do the ;t. tiut wul
wam able -to awiid to buswies about rwo C-6) of e a r &a wiId.itweL Yd M.now-bht Ede Hodg
days befoe-geting'down.,' -eeant TheW t business in the -eity yes- made a surveyot 0Payne's Pairiey -WON-- ---,DERI-) i 5 ?FUL -os yth
bot for le by afl medkicine *erdaiy -"a 1-a-.ted- at- te ofiket of I. 2tnla-ax:y. -T n
-The is- o da r fom w-opng Tax Collector Cato. I dred. of horses and cattle and thouds atb- tt aAev(-n w- ,--. f -P -
*whei Chmberl&in'4VuthRe- of acres of t finette--t land in the w -i C -ha race-r i mpersonater. s^ t the
Rev*- L..i---n Friday nght, one week ago f- toha
"htnao" -- "..adiIpio l .te-re.npouefe- d : i IOlt He '-i on -e
Wirde- touti-,ud w tlbsaheel by return hund b.h of nto the acre.- .- -. t : t
of coughing. and1 in ru-- a spedy n- .t O T -.
Te not: -v-- "d.- t Don-t forgZ he gnd, dress p I-I M A -
T eolikl Te dm, hael dnrve -no terro! s.
-i givTng it t- children or babies, as it -_ : haend drVU at the E Foa Sepaniade yHT, MARCH -
..on&tains n iunjuriotu c..s -- tor the byeielits. They rceep on mot- tb afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The ------ T__- '
o sle b l d deler ingjUst the me bnd will be thre, and o"itfortable 4 . " --j""-:- -2-
AIr -aOdnl. J.1 Burton left yesterday for Fort seats willbe providedfor all whoattend., ____"___
T -. ^ ^ -, ..
-WJ.amn__itasyouan at ilit wherehee gce, to complete a Iew Itis expected that'manypeople- willw b. f :u th- n- "
--'hotel ., s.w i-th s- pre-e. Out of the old t. and into the new rogriv age.
. l hofoirte d -l, a peg -theCommoer- I t w- |, w*o. --
^ ^^^i SA e-ice* asortmet ot the test novrel- At the Brawn H-oue yesterdaY:
W.- -S Mith. Pripodent. It is, d- ed1
iCrepe de Chitr
l~the~% ilats, Ribt<, Tips, Watt, Columbus, Oiio; J K W bit er. SIlierarel! ^iWveaur H SilfreiirP! Sii01rware!
q.: tw g.KV.,m~fe.anan a - !eib I.$1. O 100 FlOw`FiTht jat-b Mrs,- 1- W Jackson. _, Suwannee River: -R B Pands,
-__ 1W yva r..-1 edkeumt .-I hig-h --ilu ..ev k W Jac Ve 2=....1
tcndlnt lstar Een ad Ci-einnui: N E S-,w. UChiago:.
selatied techer am -employed.4 It- ti R Rev. B-shoRp 'Weed preached at wart, London" Etg E B V-
-by- s w .im^^H- .ten;t.LOW1n ,n:. E B-i V --P "_
emlesedby-awad Of Uih*%t UOv0on at W aldo last night *and-wil con d rm, a c lass -'"
U"06 G poat0. I m-n fro i.WV VC5 to 30 at Stu* todv w- _; W Rv: Alotuzo W heeer, ut S Nor- -
-"n-c-' ri W''y.Aton^' AZroaii eh,; Lia n" ---w- .-- --r .a b "- O

-~tit -~cli to tbis atticiv but w-e xtttJ e wi
Phsgmby Typewrfting. Tk ?e.circla I tic bt w
Acot, admedt as o ha it, amountsT to. an
t~furnLishe "~-A her: re fi
iii~~~~civ -ax- boxxk- uwirs' ~ t1'~ rz teU~ f
bums C&v. ^ W^ ^ d^Umnt the Mrf. M. ILKbntn m fr Wn ll n T6 PTU ^
-Z,-y-t...t...- tri .-I. .. .e H4 aTd all Pae lka S Tabl peo3
-i- i .i v em to -L j. A-- iP A Forint. in package.) |-

prtwe"^^^^irTy ot V,& ow y OWdate^^ W11 "X alr n hq
-9.- --9- -_ t: lehU -at-0e W c itereA 6 ad to tci PANiDIa -F. "
rwuanw now CAad mdBwar. ameie -3 M." OftS j~e W&(_s^, fe.lm ml *~i (6 po
.-is S",fagt d r (6 Tea Spoons im packag 3 Tabl Spoons in package, 3
-e TRaIe* f soft Phmmphatu aa fertil- 4yotg lady clerks WIltrimmeria in er
VWfor the orange, pach anI pear womes PArdfw of oXrth Golaesnll Ftitdiuehsana wil tiwai be fou-i at- rKiinpaCkage.
A" V.t ift of mug ftntu.? fi11* alrw aa"t! Vf adid adMem"VUa dSeB -and biZ*U4x, -0.1 no POWa ^"m

0nrIrle sell toW** HWnry B. King-t OOcah, one of the lI
a ~kat iettbttiug vfl bet e tey cevret ien ine S' iseka~jit
S--ohier, -ice. 3, W. Ftt. w lt.. ofth-, To rk it ara .r to x Napo inn"Sn.r ? Rino. $g -,,_r." Butter Knives Pickle Frk.r -
tim e, -.. a te i| - -. - -m at b t-"., \ p- or- SaP&i -a---r 4 1,
w-- "p" wit_" -" -i I- M . .k- R or 11 ( "e T
ms^^ur &lbakes .!^^ a e ^n~ete z-i*..r 1,rTrut ers t e ir. -l ; v- .i.. -si *< A I -.-F*zth :t Sai LixuA lMr-Ca'c
-5.e voa- 0... r NX xT WT
^&rte iott eit behid i-w c *|ISi ^ ^ ^ insttII^ diV I^ '. i^ ^f^rt 4$ TRVI NgI1NI'E LLOW AQt MI
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nent this week.

ge 5 cents worth 8 cents.
e 10 cents worth 15 cents
S15 cents worth 20 cents.
e 20 cents worth 30 cents.

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)attern and lowest prices at

Cash Bargain :Store.
jN('. W ASHRY.. liUk&iAO nAvIa

Attorneys & Counselors at Law,

Corner West Main and Mechanic t.,

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Offee in Hafliday buIldtin. corane Liberty
Pnd University street. junealMawly.



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